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Welcome to Hesperian Images! To search for images, enter keywords or other search terms into the box above where it says Search Hesperian Images. To refine your search with custom categories such as Gender, Age, Ethnicity, Setting, and Disability, click Search on the left, then click Advanced Search.
This collection of over 500 images from “Workers’ Guide” contains illustrations useful for demonstrating worker safety, including images of ergonomic stretches, types of personal protective equipment and illustrations of typical factory scenarios.
 
500 images from “Health Actions for Women” show multicultural images of women-only and community discussion groups, and provide examples of board games and body mapping activities, as well as demonstrating various types of family planning.
 
Over 2000 how-to illustrations from the 2013 edition of Hesperian’s classic health guide, “Where There is No Doctor,” from mouth-to-mouth breathing to how to cut the umbilical cord of a newborn.
 
A Book for Midwives
4 January 2015
The collection of illustrations from “A Book for Midwives” includes over 1000 drawings that demonstrate step-by-step illustrations for such tasks as delivering babies and how to do a pelvic exam.
 
Donde No Hay Doctor
5 January 2015
A great number (2000) of how-to illustrations from Hesperian’s classic health guide, “Where There is No Doctor,” from mouth-to-mouth breathing to how to cut the umbilical cord of a newborn. The Spanish edition includes all Spanish text.
 
“A Community Guide to Environmental Health” contains nearly 1000 illustrations, including directions on how to build healthy stoves and develop clean water systems, safe toilets and clean energy, among other topics.
 
The 1,000 images from “Where Women Have No Doctor” include diagrams of types of family planning methods and illustrations addressing other issues that affect women such as poor nutrition, violence and genital cutting.
 
Un libro para parteras
8 January 2015
The collection of illustrations from “A Book for Midwives” includes nearly 1100 drawings that demonstrate step-by-step illustrations for such tasks as delivering babies, even breech babies, and how to do a pelvic exam. The Spanish collection provides all text in Spanish.
 
“Where There is No Dentist” provides nearly 500 illustrations that help diagnose and treat common dental problems, including diagrams and images of commonly used dental tools.
 
This collection provides nearly 1500 illustrations and cartoons that show effective styles of communication (including visual communication) as well as games, role plays and first aid techniques.
 
“A Community Guide to Environmental Health” contains over 900 illustrations, including directions on how to build healthy stoves and develop clean water systems, safe toilets and clean energy, among other topics. The Spanish collection provides all text in Spanish.
 
700 illustrations showing common signs in ASL as well as types of hearing aids and cochlear implants are contained in this collection from “Helping Children Who Are Deaf.”
 
This extensive collection contains over 3,200 illustrations, including child development charts, diagrams for making crutches and other aids, and drawings showing symptoms.
 
Over 500 illustrations are included here, including images demonstrating how to help a child learn to eat and dress him/herself and to move around safely in his/her home and community.
 
This handbook provides 650 illustrations that show basic wheelchair maintenance and sign language for health issues, and how to prevent contractures and pressure sores, among other topics.
 
This extensive collection contains over 3,100 illustrations, including child development charts, diagrams for making crutches and other aids, and drawings showing symptoms. All text is included in Spanish.
 
This collection provides over 1,100 illustrations and cartoons that show effective styles of communication (including visual communication) as well as games, role plays and first aid techniques. All text is included in Spanish.
 
Nearly 800 illustrations showing common signs in ASL as well as types of hearing aids and cochlear implants are contained in this collection from “Helping Children Who Are Deaf.” All text in Spanish.
 
The 1,000 images from “Where Women Have No Doctor” include diagrams of types of family planning methods and illustrations addressing other issues that affect women such as poor nutrition, violence and genital cutting, with all text in Spanish.
 
This handbook provides over 650 illustrations that show basic wheelchair maintenance and sign language for health issues, and how to prevent contractures and pressure sores, among other topics. All text is included in Spanish.
 
Over 500 illustrations are included here, including images demonstrating how to help a child learn to eat and dress him/herself and to move around safely in his/her home and community. All text in Spanish.
 
Malaria
3 February 2016
 
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